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HORIZONS

January 10, 2012

In this episode of Horizons, host Chris Moore finds out why veteran Walter Robinson and others are working so hard to save American Legion Post 450, contributor Tonia Caruso introduces us to a woman whose dreidel collection has gotten national attention and Chris Moore talks with children's author Dr. Bena Hartman about her book Jasmine CAN.


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In this episode of Horizons, host Chris Moore finds out why veteran Walter Robinson and others are working so hard to save American Legion Post 450, contributor Tonia Caruso introduces us to a woman whose dreidel collection has gotten national attention and Chris Moore talks with children's author Dr. Bena Hartman about her book Jasmine CAN.


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